Resources and organizations to improve your skills, in multiple languages and for specific community groups.
Citizenship and immigration resources including citizenship classes and legal resources.
The college admissions process can be tricky to navigate. Use these sites to guide your college application and admissions process.
Explore a range of helpful resources available in the community, made to support small businesses like yours. These resources provide advising, education and financial support.
Wherever you work, you have rights under the law. These resources can help you learn about your rights as a worker and how to get help if you believe your rights are being violated.
For information about programs that assist in buying, repairing a home or paying bills in an emergency, the resources below may be helpful. These agencies have financial help for specific purposes. Note that most of these programs have restrictions, and not everyone will qualify.
Talking together about books builds understanding and community. Find your group in the local area or online.
Local and online resources to help caregivers of older adults.
Free online tutoring resources for students
Finding grants for small businesses or getting grants to buy a home is a very common library question. However, most financial assistance programs are not grants in the traditional sense.
The library can help you prepare for job interviews.
Resources and organizations that fit your needs. The library can help you create a resume, assist in online job search, prepare for interviews and connect with community partners.
Law help: includes a list of organizations and agencies who provide legal help or information by population served or type of problem.
Law help: providing sites for free and reduced-cost legal help and legal forms.
A list of web academies, organizations, classes, and Facebook groups that support homeschooling families.
Resources for writers at the library and in the community
Some houses are custom-designed by an architect, for a specific site. But most houses weren’t built that way. During the 20th century, many houses were built from plans that the owner or builder purchased from a catalog. Some houses came as “kits,” with plans and a complete set of building materials cut to size and ready to assemble.
Resources for small business market research
Research your family history with these popular resources.
All about book clubs, book groups and book discussion.
Youth who identify as LGBTQ+ benefit from a caring network of family, friends and peers. Here are some organizations and resources that can help provide that support.
Learn about everything Teen at the library
These resources can get you started on your search for basic services.
Online help for learning English
Find detailed information about your neighborhood, street or even your house from maps.